The longest jump ever made: Homo Ladonicus

Visitors in Ladonia 10th of April, 2011
Visitors in Ladonia 10th of April, 2011

Minister Taru has commented Minister Luis’ jump and research (last entry):

“Judging it in Ladonian historical standards, it is a little less impressive than a prehistoric jump of Homo Ladonicus. We have found one footprint in Africa and another in South America and conclude that this must mean that Homo Ladonicus performed a longest jump known to the human history.

Considering Homo Eroticus, some might still be found. Our international survey demonstrates that the most likely environment for them is between sheets with romantic music playing. They appear to be much more common during summer holidays than during the World Cup final, for some still unknown reason.”

Department of History and Archaeology
Ladonian Academy of Science

It might be natural that Ladonia has a Minister of Art & Jump though he is not able to perform the old style jumping.

Lars Vilks

Lars Vilks is the artist behind Nimis and Arx, the Founder and State Secretary of Ladonia. He is also the Editor in Chief of the Ladonia Herald.

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